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Islamists in the courtroom - as jesters or protesters of our legal system?

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Submitted by M.D'Souza (United States), Jun 5, 2007 at 19:21

For the Islamists, sharia is the law. They can lie and deceive the infidels. That is permitted according to their koran. They should not fool us by taking us to court just to tire or bankrupt us, and then claim victory over our legal system. The Islamist movement has just one wing - violent and unlawful. There is no such wing as 'lawful' wing, when they deal with infidels.

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